Ventura County entered the red tier in the state’s safer economy blueprint last week. Red is the second step in the governor’s color-coded four-step process toward reopening. Los Angeles County is still knocking on the door.
For weeks, Ventura County had been trapped in the purple tier—the most restrictive— because it was unable to bring its average daily COVID-19 case rate below the magic number of seven per 100,000 people.
The new tier allows nearly all businesses to open indoors provide...
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